A chance meeting in 2005 between British artist Chris Gollon and film makers Karl Roberts and Kim Scott of JABOD began a creative journey, leading to the production of a new cinematic art work.
Fifteen years of Chris Gollon's paintings and imagery combine with JABOD's design, rhythm and effects to create a unique film featuring a split screen moving collage set to music providing a rich sensory experience.
Kaleidomorphism One was originally made as a large screen Blu ray film installation for exhibition in galleries and museums, and premiered in London at the East End Film Festival in 2008.
The film is 18 minutes long and will be shown on a large screen in the nave of the church throughout the evening.
What to expect? Toggle
Have you been to this event? Share your insights and give it a review below.